Water Teaching with Edna Manitowabi

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First an Introduction: in humble recognition of her and her people's work  Edna Manitowabi, Anishnaabekwe, is Bear Clan, a Grandmother, and Great-Grandmother, of Ojibway/Odawa ancestry originally from Wikwemikong, Manitoulin Island. A fifth degree Midewewin teacher and seeker of Indigenous knowledge, Edna is one of the founders and teachers of Minwaywaygaan Midewewiwin Lodge, Rosseau River, Manitoba. Her role within the Lodge includes translation/interpretation of stories, direction, teachings, and songs – Ojibway to English.

An Anishinaabe Perspective upon there people's cultural interconnection and spiritual relationship  with Water.
(The Anishinaabe are a group of culturally related Indigenous peoples present in the Great Lakes region of Canada and the United States. They include the Ojibwe, Odawa, Potawatomi, Mississaugas, Nipissing and Algonquin peoples)

 "A Water Teaching With Edna Manitowabi

https://youtu.be/lxmUjpkgnBw

Toliman

Really very interesting :) Thanks for sharing!